Across the Midwest, an ‘unlikely alliance’ forms to stop carbon pipelines
Farmers, tribes, and environmentalists have rallied against the potential use of eminent domain to build the Midwest Carbon Express.
Jessica Reznicek set fire to Dakota Access Pipeline construction. Is she a terrorist?
Amid tightening protest laws, the activist is appealing a district court’s ruling applying a “terrorism enhancement” to her sentence.
Ohio residents fight to get radioactive oil and gas waste off their roads
At least 13 states allow drilling waste to be used for road de-icing, dust suppression, and maintenance.
Inside Just Stop Oil, the youth climate group blocking UK refineries
A band of 20-year-olds have made headlines disrupting football games, the Baftas, and now oil facilities across the UK. But what do they want?
‘We are unstoppable’: Youth climate strikes return in full force
Students march for their future in 750 cities across the globe
Deep-sea mining could begin next year. Here’s why ocean experts are calling for a moratorium.
The risks vastly outweigh the potential benefits, they argue.
The campus divestment movement has a sophisticated new legal strategy
Students at five universities have launched a coordinated legal campaign against fossil fuel investments.
Interest in civil disobedience has reached a mini climate tipping point
Non-violent protest for the planet? “Definitely,” say 5 percent of Americans in Yale study.
Flood survivors urge Congress to change inadequate insurance
A petition argues that the federal government’s current flood insurance policies are ill-equipped for an era of climate crisis.
An illustrated guide to 2021’s pipeline battles
Keystone, Dakota Access, Line 3: 2021 was a big year for pipelines.